Distinguished Concerts International New York Coupons and Deals
Celebrate the joy of contemporary choral and instrumental music at one of a series of concerts produced by Distinguished Concerts International New York. Your seat at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall is your ticket to exciting works by Rutter, Whitacre, and the Grammy-winning Rene Clausen. $15 ($40 value) for wildcard seating for one at concert March 17, 25, or April 7 $45 ($100 value) for prime parquet seating for one at concert March 17, 25, or April 7 March 17 concert features "Splashes of Gold" -- choral and instrumental works performed by Lee’s Summit Regional Orchestra and Choir March 25 concert features Rene Clausen's five-movement adaptation of "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" performed by the Distinguished Concert Singers and the Gay and Lesbian Big Apple Corps April 7 concert features "Calling All Dawns" performed by Anonymous 4 Wildcard seating offers guaranteed second-tier seating, or an upgrade to best available if better seats are not sold out
It was 15 years ago when Broadway was first stunned by the debut of the musical epic "Ragtime." With today's deal from Manhattan Concert Productions, catch an anniversary production of this classic play's score at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center when you pay $62 ($125 value) for one first-tier ticket, or $87 ($175 value) for one orchestra-seat ticket. Curtains open at 8 p.m. on Monday, February 18. The New York City Chamber Orchestra provided the award-winning score to this tale of three very different families whose lives become intertwined at the turn of the 20th century. Featuring an all star cast including Tyne Daly, Norm Lewis, and Lea Salonga as well as 100 singers and dancers from across the country, this musical spectacular is unlike anything you've ever seen or heard.
Louisiana-born jazz pianist Jonathan Batiste joins Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra for a salute to the bluesy melodies of baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and pianist John Lewis. They'll perform arrangements by the two master musician/composers, both of whom were part of Miles Davis' famed "Birth of the Cool" nonet. The charismatic Batiste -- known for his moves on the wind-based melodica -- has performed and recorded with his own ensemble, Stay Human, as well as with a bevy of stars, including Cassandra Wilson, Prince, Harry Connick Jr., Lenny Kravitz and more.
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